Each day the National Interagency Fire Center releases a situation report detailing wildland fire activity in the United States.
As of 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, here is the information NIFC compiled on the major fires that erupted in Northern California over the last two days. The cost-to-date figure represents the cost associated with fighting the fire.
|fire ||county ||acreage ||containment ||personnel ||structures lost ||cost-to-date |
|FireCentral LNU Complex |
Tubbs and Potter fires
|CountySonoma County ||Acreage27,500 ||Containment0 ||Personnel625 ||Structures lost571 ||Cost-to-date$1.1 million |
|FireSouthern LNU Complex |
Atlas, Nuns and Patrick fires
|CountyNapa and Sonoma counties ||Acreage25,000 ||Containment0 ||Personnel476 ||Structures lost125 ||Cost-to-date$1 million |
|FirePotter Valley ||CountyMendocino County ||Acreage19,000 ||Containment0 ||Personnel347 ||Structures lost50 ||Cost-to-date$500,000 |
|FireCascade ||CountyYuba County ||Acreage8,200 ||Containment10% ||Personneln/a ||Structures lost200 ||Cost-to-daten/a |
|FireSulphur ||CountyLake County ||Acreage2,500 ||Containment5 ||Personnel189 ||Structures lost205 ||Cost-to-date$500,000 |
|FireRedwood Valley ||CountyMendocino County ||Acreage4,500 ||Containment0 ||Personnel358 ||Structures lost0 ||Cost-to-date$500,000 |
|FireCherokee ||CountyButte County ||Acreage7,000 ||Containment25% ||Personnel210 ||Structures lost3 ||Cost-to-date$180,000 |
|FireLa Porte ||CountyButte County ||Acreage3,000 ||Containment5% ||Personnel71 ||Structures lost0 ||Cost-to-date$140,000 |
|FireThirty Seven ||CountySonoma County ||Acreage2,000 ||Containment15% ||Personnel49 ||Structures lost0 ||Cost-to-date$150,000 |
|FireLobo ||CountyNevada County ||Acreage880 ||Containment15% ||Personneln/a ||Structures lost8 ||Cost-to-daten/a |
As of 4:30 a.m. Pacific, Tuesday
National Interagency Fire Center daily situation report
NIFC is located in Boise, Idaho, and combines the efforts of eight agencies: the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the National Weather Service, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the National Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Park Service, the U.S. Fire Administration and the National Assn. of State Foresters.